I'd play CSGO and LOL but my time is too limited nowadays so I limit myself to singleplayer games with good stories and have stopped playing multiplayer games.
Elden Ring or Sekiro, I just don't have the time to recognise movesets and overcome a boss. With days inbetween tries it's not a genre I enjoy right now. I moved over to games that pause and save at any moment. Cities Skylines for example. Building an hour here and an hour there, it's more relaxing.
Tell me you're in your mid to late 20's without telling me you're in your mid to late 20's
I think it's a sign of getting away from your teenage / young adult years. You've still got all the enthusiasm to know about games, but none of the enthusiasm to sit down and play for a long time.
Oof, so many!
The full Witcher series, more ESO and FFXIV. Would love to give Elden Ring a go, too. Would love to play Skyrim again, as well. My husband plays New World sometimes, and I wouldn't mind giving that a go, either!
I miss playing Sims 4, but I just don't like how they're being handled at the moment. Crappy, tiny (bugged) expansions/packs etc. for extortionate amounts of money. I loved Sims 2 and 3 - they were great.